Lincoln (NE), United States – Rotaries are a common point level indicator used for high-, mid- and low-level material detection in bins, tanks, and silos. BinMaster‘s standard and fail-safe rotaries can be fit with a wide assortment of paddles and mounting plates, extensions and process connections, ensuring BinMaster has the right rotary to meet your needs. Continue reading BinMaster: Rotary Point Level Indicator
Lincoln (NE), United States – Operations processing powders, fine-grained, or coarse-grained bulk solids can add the BinMaster VR-90 vibrating rod or VF-95 vibrating fork to their arsenal of point level sensors for hazardous locations. The VR-90 and VF-95 are approved to ATEX, FM, CSA, and IEC standards for use in hazardous locations. Both the vibrating rod and fork are available with either an electropolished or precision-casted stainless-steel housing suitable for food or chemical processing environments. Continue reading BinMaster: Vibrating Sensors measure Levels in hazardous Locations
Lincoln (NE), United States – Using a continuous level sensor to monitor the material level in your storage vessels can help your operation maintain efficiency – preventing costly process interruptions and keeping you up-to-date on your inventory level. This whitepaper is intended to help operations choose a continuous level sensor without having to wade through volumes of technical data. It will briefly describe the sensor types available, address the pros and cons of each type, and explain what information you need to gather before working with a sensor supplier.
Lincoln (NE), United States – Wiring complexity and costs can be an obstacle when installing level sensors. BinMaster’s SPL-100 battery-powered single point laser allows use of level sensors on silos or in remote locations where inventory monitoring has not been feasible. Continue reading BinMaster: Battery-Powered Laser Level Sensor makes Wiring obsolete
Lincoln (NE), United States – Mining, aggregate, and cement operations challenged with managing inventory in covered storage bunkers have a new option available from BinMaster that combines leading-edge software and the 3DLevelScanner acoustic sensor to measure the level of materials piled under structures. Multiple sensors measure and map levels across the material surface, while MultiVision software separates the piled material into virtual sections.